I haven’t always been the biggest fan of salted egg, but @peytato.ph changed my mind! I took @almacala1976’s advice and tried the Truffle and Spicy flavors, which I both like, though I’d go for Truffle any day. Both the salted egg and flavors weren’t overwhelming, and I loved the thinly sliced potato chips! Such a great snack! A huge bonus? The owners were so easy to talk to and transact with!
Although I haven’t been here in a while, this still has a special place in my heart.
The food is delicious, and on top of that, you get to play board & card games as well - overall, this is an awesome place to bring your friends and family to!
I hope I get to go here again soon!
This small and humble kiosk in front of Intrepid Plaza is one of my go-to’s for anything Filipino Delicacies - Bibingka/Kakanin, refreshment and breads at very affordable prices. I think she’s a reseller of Filipino Rice cakes from Cainta Rizal where you can taste one of the best Bibingka. Yum! She offers lots of bibingka and sapin-sapin flavors and my faves are the classic one and ube bibingka. One slice of their premium Sapin-sapin and bibingka for 12 pesos only. Havent tried her Banana bread and Suman but I’ll try that real soon.
Great customer service, and one of the cheapest quick grub and you can find in Eastwood City. A must try! #pandaeatssph
Cheong fun is a Cantonese dish that originated from China's Guangdong Province and Hong Kong. It's glazed in sweet sauce and made of smooth rice noodle rolls with peanut butter, lard, and sesame seeds. For a memorable Cheong Fun experience, head to Hop Yik Tai in Sham Shui Po. The delicious rice rolls are made traditionally, ensuring each plate is fresh and silky in texture.